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He had discarded his first instinct, which was to hide in the intricate Tetrahyde cloaca.

A perforation leading into the cloaca at the hind end of this.

Agrippa, who cleaned out the Cloaca, navigated its whole length in a boat.

The cavity of the allantois, by means of its stalk passing through the umbilicus, is of course continuous with the cloaca.

In the female the process is continued till the Mllerian duct opens, close to the Wolffian duct, into the cloaca.

This cloaca also communicates by two apertures (abdominal pores) with the body cavity.

In both forms the ducts unite behind with the cloaca, and a pronephros of the Teleostean type appears to be developed.

In zoology the term is applied to the large chamber or 'cloaca' into which the intestine opens in the Tunicata.

Now make a careful examination of the cloaca and its apertures, and dissect away the peritoneum hiding the kidney.

Cut the sponge in two longitudinally and note the simple cylindrical body-cavity, the gastric cavity or cloaca.

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